Nadal returns a shot to Juan Martin del Potro during the semifinals of the U.S. Open tennis tournament in New York.
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Serena Williams will make her return to the Australian Open for the first time since winning in 2017 when eight-weeks pregnant, it was confirmed Wednesday, with virtually all the world's top 100 players due at Melbourne Park. That includes injury-prone Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray.Williams returned from giving birth to her first child to reach the 2018 Wimbledon and U.S. Open finals, but suffered losses in both to leave her stuck on 23 major wins.Caroline Wozniacki defends the women's crown.Organizers said the world's top 102 women and top 101 men have all confirmed they will be playing.
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